Topology Based Surface Meshing and Morphing

Update item information
Publication Type poster
School or College School of Computing
Department Computing, School of
Creator Thulasinathan, Aravindan; Pascucci, Valerio; Tierny, Julien
Other Author Bennett, Janaine; Bremer, Peer Timo
Title Topology Based Surface Meshing and Morphing
Date 2010-10-06
Description Morphing is a seamless transition from one image to the other, used in animation and motion pictures. Mesh Parameterization used in this process is a fundamental tool used for domain remeshing. In case of 2-manifolds for example, most approaches require that the input mesh be cut into one or more open disks prior to computing a parameterization. When it is cut into single disk, it gives way to intrinsic distortions and when cut into multiple disks, the resulting parameterization is not globalized. Hence a novel approach to parameterize 2-manifold meshes of arbitrary genus to a standard domain by defining two independent piecewise linear Morse functions on the mesh is proposed.
Type Text; Image
Publisher University of Utah
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Thulasinathan, A., Bennett, J., Bremer, P. T., Tierny, J., & Pascucci, V. (2010). Topology Based Surface Meshing and Morphing. University of Utah.
Rights Management (c) Thulasinathan, Aravindan; Bennett, Janaine ;Bremer, Peer Timo; Tierny, Julien; Pascucci, Valerio
Format Medium application/pdf
Format Extent 3,711,862 bytes
Identifier ir-main/14791
ARK ark:/87278/s6q537b8
Setname ir_uspace
Date Created 2012-07-31
Date Modified 2013-09-23
ID 707876
Reference URL
Back to Search Results